Once completed, the document should be printed for each creditor and debtor. The parties must carefully review the document and sign it. If the document is notarized, the parties must personally go to a notary with competent proof of identity and recognize the loan agreement. If the document contains a statement under oath of good faith, the parties must sign the same thing before the notary. In a security agreement, the debtor guarantees the transaction with his own property as collateral. Common examples of collateral are bank accounts, stocks, bonds, inventory, equipment, receivables, cars, art and jewellery. If the debtor does not repay in accordance with the agreement, the creditor (also known as an insured party) can retain or sell the security. A mortgage is a type of loan in which the borrower agrees to mortgage real estate as collateral in order to ensure repayment to the lender. In the case of a typical home mortgage, the home buyer agrees to transfer ownership of the house to the bank if the bank does not receive the payment in full and under the terms of the mortgage agreement. The loan must be “guaranteed” by the individuals involved. 3.4.
If the creditor/Mortgagor refers to a lawyer the recovery of an amount due under this mortgage agreement, the debtor/Mortgagor is required to obtain the first 20 per cent (20%) to pay. of the amount owed. A loan agreement is written proof of a loan between individual persons or entities, such as Z.B, partnerships and capital companies. It includes the amount of the debt and the terms of the loan. In this loan agreement, the person or entity that lends the money is designated as a creditor, while the person or entity that lends the money is designated as a debtor. 3.2. If the term of the loan is renewed on the basis of a written agreement of the parties, this mortgage is a permanent guarantee of the commitment/debtor/Mortgagors to the creditor/mortgage, without the need to execute a new mortgage agreement. There are a number of special laws that affect loan contracts, but the general right for loan contracts is in the Philippine Civil Code. In addition, if the loan agreement is secured by a Chatl mortgage, certain provisions of Law No. 1508 or the Chattel Mortgage Act should be complied with in order to hire third parties.
3. The mortgage. – For and taking into account the loan covered in paragraph 2 and as collateral, the debtor/Mortgagor herein constitutes a real estate mortgage on the property in favour of the creditor/mortgage, under the following conditions: Discussed in: Understanding mortgage contracts in the Philippines 3.1.